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Mar 20 – King U.S. Dollar, Food Supply Chains, and Plant 2020
March 20, 2020 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are all in the green this morning as the U.S. Dollar maintains its strength and the agriculture industry starts focusing on Plant 2020.
FarmLead’s 2019 Flax Market, Prices Outlook
January 11, 2019 Victor Han
The flax market was able to squeak out some small gains in 2018 but Black Sea production gains limited upward price movement. Will that production trend disrupt the global trade?
FarmLead’s 2019 Oats Market, Prices Outlook
January 08, 2019 Victor Han
Prices have rallied to finish out 2018 but does this translate to bullish optimism for the oats market in 2019? Dig in with us!
Oct 26 - Are Wheat Exports Worth Noting (or Not)?
October 26, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain prices are all in the green this morning as the complex looks to rebound from yesterday’s down day that saw only good sales in wheat exports.
Oct 9 - U.S. Wheat Exports Slowed by Dollar (or Something Else?)
October 09, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are slightly lower as the complex tries to factor a strong U.S. Dollar weigh on wheat exports, but not so much for corn.
March 22 - Grain Prices Go Green on Lower US Dollar
March 22, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain prices this morning are mostly in the green, as we’ve faced an up and down week with many fresh headlines fighting for attention.
March 16 - Corn Prices Leading Choppy Grain Trade
March 16, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mixed with corn prices giving up some of yesterday’s gains while soymeal prices are leading oilseeds higher.
March 1 - Watching for Next Clues in Grain Markets
March 01, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are mostly in the red this morning with canola prices and soybean prices the only members of the complex in the green.
January 26 - Grain Prices Try to End Week in Green
January 26, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are somewhat mixed as the complex is trying to finish the week in the green, especially wheat prices!
January 25 - Grain Markets Digest Weaker US Dollar
January 25, 2018 Brennan Turner
Grain markets this morning are mainly higher thanks to one thing: the US Dollar. The key question now is "how low can it go?"
November 24 - Black Friday Grain Prices Risk Management
November 24, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today’s Breakfast Brief looks at the per bushel comparison of wheat prices around the world, what happened while Americans got in a turkey coma yesterday, and why we're watching Argentina.
November 17 - Weather Keeping Bulls Out of Grain Markets
November 17, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today we look at the impact that weather might have on grain markets over the next few months, namely that in South America. We also dig into any optimism for flax prices, in addition to some early expectations for 2018 American corn and soybean acres. 
Don't Cherry-Pick Data for Canada Wheat Prices
November 12, 2017 Brennan Turner
The National Farmers Union say that Canada wheat prices suck because of the removal of the Canadian Wheat Board. However, when you're cherry-picking data, it's easy to come to that conclusion. We instead look at all of the data,
November 7: Wheat Prices Facing New Pressure from Russia
November 07, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Corn prices slipped today. Wheat prices slumped too. Luckily, wheat is still in the green.
October 30 - Getting Back to Normal Grain Prices?
October 30, 2017 Brennan Turner
Today we look at the short position at the Chicago Board of Trade and if it's a contrarian indicator or not. We also explore some of the catalysts for stronger corn prices and soybean prices. Finally, we compare some yield estimates in Western Canada, and what it means for cash prices, namely flax, canola, and wheat prices.
October 27 - Grain Prices Fall After Dollar At Three-Month High
October 27, 2017 Brennan Turner
With the US Dollar at a 3-month high, there is a bit more noise in the grain markets as grain prices pull back and traders are looking for new direction.
October 24 - Crop Progress Indicates What's Next in Grain Markets?
October 24, 2017 Brennan Turner
The current state of crop progress around the world is behind schedule. That is, the US corn harvest is slow; Brazilian seeding is a bit delayed, and weather is making fall-seeding in Europe a challenge in a lot of places.
October 20 - Bullish Grain Prices (Just Not Right Now)
October 20, 2017 Brennan Turner
Grain markets are all higher to start this Friday in October. This is creating some bullish sentiment among farmers but there is still a lot of grain in the global market that we're aware of.
October 3 - Wheat Prices Rebound after USDA Progress Report
October 03, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Today was a good day for wheat prices. Much of traders' focus is on the weather and recent USDA data.
September 12 - Bearish WASDE Hits Soybean and Corn Prices
September 12, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The USDA's WASDE report increased yield and production expectations for corn and soybeans. Prices were volatile in the first moments of the release.
September 5 - Soybeans Surge after Allendale’s Bullish Call
September 05, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Soybean prices and wheat prices bounced back after the weekend despite there being a selloff in U.S. equity markets.
August 29 - Corn Prices Slide Again After USDA Failed To Deliver Bearish News
August 29, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
North Korea impacted the markets today because of its ballistic missile test. On top of that, markets are still recovering from the impacts of Hurricane Harvey.
August 24 - Corn Prices Flat after Latest Crop Tour Results
August 24, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The annual crop tour has been completed. Now it's time to analyze the numbers and see just how accurate was the USDA's WASDE report.
August 23 - A Farm Crop Tour of Averages
August 23, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Markets were relatively flat on Wednesday as people wait for news on the annual crop tour. So far, the tour hasn't revealed many variations from the USDA reports.
August 18 - Friday’s Update from the Chicago Board of Trade
August 18, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The 2017 crop tour starts next week. Global markets relaxed a bit after Steve Bannon announced he'd be resigning. The CBEO Volatility Index fell by 15% and markets were upped thanks to strong consumer sentiment reading.
August 9 - Grain Markets Rise Ahead of August WASDE Report
August 09, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
On Wednesday, the market saw increased corn prices in anticipation of the release of the WASDE report on Thursday. Wheat prices also increased due to expectations the USDA will reduce yield estimates.
July 26 - Selloff Ends with Money Manager Buying
July 27, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
Soybean and corn prices saw the first uptick of the week on Wednesday. However yield expectations, specifically in wheat, are still in focus. Crop prices saw a slight downturn due to the Federal Reserve holding interest rates in place. Many are concerned with where inflation is going.
July 20 - Weather Stress Pushes Corn Prices and Soy Prices Higher
July 20, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The weaker U.S. dollar continued to push corn prices higher while investors wait for next week's Federal Reserve meeting. Not many people expect the reserve to increase interest rates. Instead, people are anxious about inflation and a possible rate increase in December.
July 14 - Corn Prices Bounce Back on Weaker U.S. Dollar
July 14, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The U.S. dollar has hit its 10-month low. Good news for the markets though, as corn prices were able to push ahead. That's because a weaker U.S. dollar can benefit the exporting industries in agriculture from an increased demand.
July 12 - Corn Prices Slump After USDA Crop Report
July 12, 2017 Garrett Baldwin
The July WASDE report has already negatively impacted corn prices for Wednesday. Soybean and wheat prices didn't escape unscathed either. The USDA tore the market's attention away from the weather and towards the WASDE report.
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